Remarkably, these animals can be placed within the crown group of the living cnidarian clade Medusozoa, which is not exactly what Darwinists should expect.
Such explosions and revolutions dominate the history of life, which was rather a series of abrupt saltations than the gradual change predicted by Darwinism.
Join paleontologist Günter Bechly, geologist Casey Luskin, and evolutionary biologist Richard Sternberg as they explore the state of the debate.
If someone tells you he’s a theistic evolutionist, first find out what he means by theism and evolution.
Darwinian evolution predicts a gradually branching tree of living forms, with one form shading into another over long periods of evolution.